Wolff remains wary of Red Bull despite early troubles 13 February, 2014 Toto Wolff Although Mercedes appear to be top of the Formula 1 pecking order after the first pre-season tests at Jerez, motorsport boss Toto Wolff remains wary of World Champions Red Bull, despite the ‘Mateschitz boys’ having endured a problematic first outing for their RB10. Wolff told the Mirror, “It’s not good for Formula 1 that a manufacturer is in trouble, but I am sure that they will come back strongly – hopefully a bit less than before.” “First, they have an outstanding driver (in Sebastian Vettel),” added Wolff. “Secondly, they have put together a group of people that work very well. Thirdly, they have the resources from the parent company.” “So there’s no reason that Red Bull will not once again be the benchmark,” ventured the Silver Arrows chief. (GP247) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsMercedes boss Wolff injured in cycling accidentMercedes furious over unacceptable Brembo failureHead applauds Mercedes for allowing drivers to raceLauda says no FRIC won’t change much for MercedesMansell: Nico versus Lewis will go down to the wireMurray Walker: Very, very difficult for Hamilton to win championshipRenault: We have to respect what Mercedes have doneWolff: I still have trauma from MontrealMercedes: Canada was a good wake up callInside Line: Are F1 Mercedes bosses out of their depth?